عيدي يا كويت

February 25, 2011 - One Response


Wishing all the Kuwaitis a happy Indepence and Liberation day!! Enjoy and have fun. 🙂

Click HERE for the events being held during the weekend!

In Kansas though, I’ll be attending classes! ;p


Speaking my mind.

February 10, 2011 - 4 Responses

Howdy! 🙂

How’s life and stuff going on? Hope all is well!

Life at Kansas is okay I guess .. living it day in day out!

Wake up .. have your breakfast (I avoid cereal, their fibre is REAL fibre and if you do biology you know what fibre does to you .. hint: they dont have water hoses in the lavatories here .. ok I think I’ll stop being disgusting).

mine has pics of the power rangers :3

I then head to class, walking .. I love this part of the day! Headphones on .. walk in the freezing weather .. yes I’d rather walk around with my blanket wrapped around me .. but I fear my social status might fall in campus .. Kuwaitis here do loads of gossping. 😛

Study wise I’m doing fine .. just dont mention Calculus .. that subject must be provided as an option to replace a death sentence .. I’d pick the electric chair though!! “Mate we’re killing you .. how you wanna do it? Calculus for the rest of your life, hanging, an injection?”  “I WILL VOLUNTARILY ENTER AN ELEPHANTS BOWELS .. ANYTHING BUT CALCULUS!” <- poor guy.

Oh, and if you follow me on twitter; you’d have discovered I’m an amatuer cook now .. gimme a couple of years and I’ll have my own ramadan show .. oh and god bless frozen food .. and microwaves .. and th iPhones camera that turns the pictures into something that looks eidble. Yes, I say looks. Taste wise? *gazes at the garbage can* .. OH WELL.

Alright that’s enough laughing for the day .. enjoy Thursday and the WEEKEND!! *Oprah Winfrey shout*


Everyone can show their love!

February 3, 2011 - 2 Responses

I was asked by the talented Shaima Dashti to watch her video, and if I like it; to share it with you guys. I LOVED IT.

Very touching, she gets my vote!


The video won first place in the competition .. well deserved and keep up the great work Shaima!

Is this stopping?

February 3, 2011 - 5 Responses

I’m not getting into international politics to be honest, but this picture? It screamed HELP! What the fuck? This is sad.

Awareness: Remember Alex Brown

February 1, 2011 - 9 Responses

This is Alex Brown.

She died in a car accident on her way to school.

 She was texting and driving.

Is a text/tweet/BBM message worth more than your life?

Visit http://www.rememberalexbrownfoundation.org for more information.

Review: Exit Through the Gift Shop

February 1, 2011 - 3 Responses

I just hate when I don’t understand weather a movie is a hoax, but in this case it did not matter. It is purely genius, straight forward and sarcastic just on the right places. Like a 90 minute Banksy graffiti. One of the few movies you expect a lot from and that is exactly what you get. Shows the logical point of view about modern art and at the same time it is presented by a great artist.

There is everything you expect from a movie: storyline, excitement, action and most importantly if you care about art in a genuine way you somehow relate to it. The things that make modern movies annoying are missing and it is pure pleasure from the beginning to the end. The whole story is very shocking and weather reality or just a Banksy it is a pure masterpiece.

To talk about the movie is very hard though, it is like Angelina Jolie says “talking about love is like dancing on architecture”, well talking about Exit Through the Gift Shop is like, well just pointless.  So watch it!

how did we start ’11?

February 1, 2011 - 6 Responses


A bomb explodes outside a Coptic church in Alexandria, Egypt, killing at least 21 people and wounding 97 more; street disturbances between Christians and Muslims ensue


River levels in Queensland, Australia continue to rise, affecting about 200,000 people and killing at least one person



Kuwaiti Prime Minister Nasser Mohammed Al-Ahmed Al-Sabah narrowly survives a no confidence vote, following a crackdown at an opposition demonstration in December.


A shooting rampage takes place at a supermarket in Tucson in the U.S. state of Arizona. Twenty are shot, including U.S. Representative Gabrielle Giffords. Six others are confirmed dead, including District Court judge John Roll.


The Auburn Tigers defeat the Oregon Ducks to win the 2011 BCS National Championship Game.


Former President of Tunisia Zine El Abidine Ben Ali flees with his family to Saudi Arabia, after being rejected by France


Tens of thousands of people protest against the government in Egypt on a “day of revolt”.


Japan defeats Australia 1–0 by a goal from Tadanari Lee in extra time, winning their fourth AFC Asian Cup title.


China’s state broadcaster China Central Television reportedly uses footage from the 1986 Top Gun film as a substitute for its coverage of the country’s air force.

So I guess this gives us a rough guide on how 2011 will go .. lot’s of politics involved.

Oh I forgot to add the 1000 KD Amiri grant, 17/01/2011, you get a video for that! 😛



Awareness: Slow Down

February 1, 2011 - Leave a Response

If you don’t respect your life .. respect others!

Keep this in mind during the national day celebrations .. don’t turn a happy day into a tragedy.

Q&A: Fahad Al Yehya

January 31, 2011 - Leave a Response

My Q&A buddy today is extraoridanry! Owner of core fitness Kuwait, and the infamous TRYING TO BE FAHAD blog, in the blog sphere; they call him “the guy that whipped Mark’s ass into shape!” The one and only DietNinja on twitter. Yes, Fahad Al Yehya is with us today! What’s core fitness? A gym with 20 minute workouts with RESULTS! What’s TRYING TO BE FAHAD? A greatly written blog, talks about everything from recent health related studies to what to and what not to buy on your next trip to The Sultan Centre. I’m glad he’s on the blog with us today, enjoy!

So Fahad, when were you happiest?

When someone invents Diet Canada Dry Cream Soda. Other than that, I’m always happy.
What is the trait you most deplore in yourself?
Not speaking my mind when I want too.
What is the trait you most deplore in others?
Theoretical judgement.
Property aside, what’s the most expensive thing you’ve bought?
I honestly can’t remember.
What is your most treasured possession?
Religion, faith and family.
Where would you like to live?
What makes you unhappy?
When I feel disconnected with Allah.
What keeps you awake at night?
Thinking about delicious food.
What do you most dislike about your appearance?
With the grace of Allah, I pretty much solved physical dislikes since 2001.
What is your guiltiest pleasure?
Doing absolutely nothing on Fridays.
To whom would you most like to say sorry, and why?
Allah. I can be a better person and I will.
What or who is the greatest love of your life?
My mother.
Who would you invite to your dream dinner party?
Nobody. I’m not into dinner parties.
What single thing would improve the quality of your life?
Faith, religion and perseverance. Once I’ve got those down, it’s hello-cash-flow.
Where would you most like to be right now?
My room, watching a movie, eating junk till my jaws drop.

Education: public or private?

January 30, 2011 - One Response

I asked the question above on twitter, and got many answers back. But surprisingly, all of them chose private schools.

Why did they choose private over public schools?

Qualifications of teachers, being taught in english, the curriculum and the fact they help in building the child’s personality. Strong points.

I’d like to share @theysayimcrazy’s point of view:

Knowing the current standards of education offered at public schools, it would be pretty pointless to have your kids attend them. The teachers are generally either careless or incompetent. Not all but some students generated a horrible reputation for the public schools as being insufficient or chaotic in a way. Private schools sure are more “business” based, but the courses offered, the type of teachers hired, and the general education and curriculum being taught is so much more requisite. The government provides all the necessities sure, but for an environment for my kids to be in? I’d definitely go for private schools. Having your kid in a private school is an investment; it pays off in the end.

@m7med_AlFadhli also added:

I prefer sending my child to a private school because I think he would get a better education. Another thing is that I’ve noticed that the way guys in a private schools think is much better than the public school guys.

I asked a couple of people about their thoughts about the behaviour of the students from either private schools or public schools? Do they differ? Does it matter?

According to @RecentStudies: Well, the rich kids think they’re better because they go to private schools, while 7ukooma kids sometimes feel marginalized.

@QueenZee88 on the other hand said: that depends on the parents, if they raised him to behave well it doesn’t matter where he is.

I agree more with @QueenZee88 .. In my opinion there are 3 main sources of education: home, school, and friends. The education you get at home determines your behavior outside your home, the education you get from school determines your academic capabilities and the education you get from friends determines your personality. 

@Dakine_legal who attended public and private schools in Cyprus, Australia, the USA and the UK also chose the private school option, I’ll share his thoughts:

I think if it’s a private school, the teachers are more accountable for their teachings and you get a better level of teaching. Also, there are more options for you and things for you to do in & out of school. 

@bunnyhungry on the other hand had a very interesting answer 😛

That’s that .. so what do YOU guys think? Do you share the same views? Do you differ on some? Share your thoughts!!

Also, I’m thinking of making this a weekly thing .. we’ll see! 😀